At the humble age of 3, TJ ran away from his parents during a vacation in Colorado. They found him in an arcade, standing on a chair, playing Neo Geo's World Heroes. Years later, TJ has a passion for video games across most all genres and is particularly interested in the cultural shifts and trends of video game development. When he's not playing around on PCs and consoles, he's writing creatively and working on short stories and ideas for novels or checking out bad movies with a few friends over a few drinks and some laughs, whichever comes first.
10 Best Tom Clancy Video Games
Clancy had a hand in creating several prolific video game series that explore controversial and intense topics regarding the sociopolitical tensions of today and tomorrow. These are the 10 Best Tom Clancy Video Games.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review (Nintendo Switch)
Breath of the Wild breaks the mold and sets the pace for what we should expect out of Zelda games, and though it doesn’t always strike true, it still makes for one of the most gripping and amusing adventure titles we’ve ever played.
Most Modern Games Could Benefit From Special Photo Modes
I have spent minutes upon hours in the PlayStation 4 share menu and other things like it trying to tap a perfect angle and timing for a screenshot in many of my own games. Maybe that's why it's weird to me that a feature like Final Fantasy XV's photography mechanic isn't a common…
For Honor Review (PlayStation 4)
It doesn’t always dance gracefully with the craft of battle, but For Honor is a game that harnesses some of the most impactful melee combat we’ve seen.
Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin Review (PlayStation 4)
Rhombus of Ruin is short, but it does well as a VR game, a reminder of the colorful quirk many of us like about the Psychonauts world and a teaser of what’s coming next.
10 Essential Tips for Surviving Nioh
We died more than a few times to bring these helpful hints together in one place so you might not have to. Here are 10 essential tips to surviving Nioh.
The Curious Birth and Life of the PlayStation Vita
It was on this day in 2012 that the first wave of PS Vitas hit shelves, starting off a challenging road for Sony’s handheld department for years to come.
10 Best Relationships in Video Games
Some affairs are multi-game challenges of star-crossed affection while others are small windows into a part of the relation that allows us to deeply understand a character or group of characters that much more, but one thing is for sure: These are the 10 Best Relationships in Video Games.
Mario Kart 64 Set the Course for Kart Racers That Followed
Many have followed, but few touch the bar that Mario Kart 64 established for kart racing, and it found its way to North American shelves on this day in 1997.
PAX South 2017: Warping Walls and Cracking Skulls With Mr. Shifty [Preview]
We met with tinyBuild at PAX South to learn more and experience the fast-paced action of the upcoming Mr. Shifty from Team Shifty and we came away with an adrenaline rush like few others on the floor.